Today’s teenagers are under a tremendous amount of stress and they often feel silenced by their many social and family pressures. If your child has been acting out in a negative way, it could be very beneficial to sign them up for therapy. While it’s common for teens to feel shy about going to a therapist or psychologist, speaking to a third party can help them to honestly express their feelings and issues. At Back on Track Counseling in Loveland, our professional therapist has helped hundreds of teens deal with depression, anxiety, perfectionism, and stress management, among others. If you’re interested in signing your child up for therapy, contact us today!

Adolescent and Teen Counseling in Loveland

Instead of working with your child solely to help them, Kim works from the premise of forming a real relationship with you. She knows that she’s not the parent or a teacher, but a guide through the struggles that life presents. Your child is fighting with real problems, and in order to help them find real results, Kim will treat your child as an equal, working with them in a straightforward, casual, and non-judgmental atmosphere. With Kim by your child’s side, they are never alone.

She goes out of her way to be available to your teenager whenever they need it. All it takes is a call or even a text and Kim is there, working with them to find positive solutions to anything life may throw at them, including, but not limited to:

  • Peer problems
  • Rebellion
  • Behavior
  • Academic performance
  • Depression treatment
  • Life choices
  • Sexuality
  • Family issues
  • Self-esteem
  • Anxiety

  • Future planning
  • Bullying
  • College preparation
  • Codependent relationships
  • Family counseling
  • Perfectionism
  • Self-harm behaviors
  • Trauma
  • Addiction

Help your teen transition into the world of adulthood with a drive and passion for life in a way that will be fulfilling and enriching. When you sign your teen up for therapy, your child will be able to achieve their goals and become the person that they want to be, as well as being a child you are proud of.